Archive for March, 2008

Planet Addition: Class of 3/30/2008

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

Joshua Cranmer (feed) – Joshua is a developer focusing on mailnews, including especially news code. He is currently in the process of rewriting the news code, the address book code, and libmime, in addition to removing mork from mailnews code. His blog will mostly focus on his work and ideas related to his coding.

Alix Franquet (feed) – Alix is a Product Marketing Manager. She will be blogging about Mozilla product marketing, community marketing abroad, spreadfirefox.com, and other marketing-related topics.

Planet Addition: Mark Banner

Sunday, March 23rd, 2008

Mark Banner (feed) – Mark, normally known as Standard8 on IRC, has just become a Mozilla Messaging employee. He will be blogging about Thunderbird, MailNews, and things related.

Planet Addition: Class of 3/20/2008

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

Instantbird (feed) – Florian Qu├Ęze and other members of the Instantbird team write about Instantbird, its development, new releases, etc…

Jay Patel (feed) – Jay is currently transitioning from Mozilla QA to Marketing while he works towards an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. As the QA Community Lead, he’ll be writing about his vision for open source QA and how the Mozilla QA team and community collaborate to improve Mozilla product quality. With his Mozilla Marketing hat on, he’ll have a chance to tell you more about the Mozilla Campus Reps program and any other projects/campaigns he’s involved in as he learns the ropes while spreading Firefox to the masses.

Planet Addition: Class of 3/1/2008

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

Bryan Clark (feed) – Bryan is the UX Design Lead for the new Mozilla Messaging and will be blogging about communication, email, calendaring, and the world of Thunderbird.

Mark Smith (feed) – Mark joined on with the MoCo IT team in early 2008. With a background in scalability from years at Danga Interactive and Six Apart, he is taking on responsibility for most of the database infrastructure. He maintains a blog that he updates from time to time with topics related to infrastructure, generally databases, scale, and other interesting problems in this space.